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Monaghan

(mŏn`əhən, –hăn'), county (1991 pop. 51,293), 498 sq mi (1,290 sq km), N Republic of Ireland, bordered on the N by Northern Ireland. The county seat is MonaghanMonaghan
, county (1991 pop. 51,293), 498 sq mi (1,290 sq km), N Republic of Ireland, bordered on the N by Northern Ireland. The county seat is Monaghan. The northwest portion of the county is a part of the fertile central plain of Ireland; to the south and east are hilly
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. The northwest portion of the county is a part of the fertile central plain of Ireland; to the south and east are hilly sections. It is primarily an agricultural county. The main enterprise is the raising of beef and dairy cattle. Potatoes, oats, and turnips are the chief crops; pigs, sheep, and poultry, as well as cattle, are raised in large numbers. Other industries are bacon curing and the manufacture of furniture and footwear.

Monaghan,

town (1991 pop. 5,919), seat of Co. Monaghan, N Republic of Ireland. It is a farm market with some manufacturing. Monaghan houses the cathedral of the Roman Catholic diocese of Clogher.

Monaghan

1. a county of NE Republic of Ireland, in Ulster province: many small lakes. County town: Monaghan. Pop.: 52 593 (2002). Area: 1292 sq. km (499 sq. miles)
2. a town in NE Republic of Ireland, county town of Co. Monaghan. Pop.: 5717 (2002)
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Minister Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovationstressed the importance of the survey findings: I warmly welcome this comprehensive piece of research on Monaghan Town Centre, which will assist in building a common vision for the future sustainability of the town.
Ireland Melissa Brownrigg, Chieftain Bookmakers, Castlelands Ferns; Nicola Byrne, Paddy Power, Monaghan Town; Shane Caldwell, O'Mara Bookmakers, Kilkee; Annette Crosby, Boylesports, Dundalk; Karen McWilliams, William Hill, Belfast; John Morey, Boylesports, Mallow; Kathleen Power, Ladbrokes, Tramore.
Situated to the north of the county is the historic capital Monaghan Town.
the site in monaghan town centre sits within the arc of the n54 national route and adjacent to glaslough street, on the former site of the council~s machinery yard.
The reality is that if you're in trouble in Cavan or Monaghan town at 3am, you'll be a long time waiting on armed back-up.
Paddy, who owns the Octogen Bar in Clones is quite right when he points out that the GAA have taken the bread out of the mouths of the people of the Monaghan town - where the final is usually played.
McManus is now a managing director of estate agents Sherry Fitzgerald Gallagher in Monaghan town and explains: "It was an opportunity for me to get back to Monaghan and be closer to home".
Minister Heather Humphreys will open the European headquarters of Entekra in Monaghan town.
I know Roy Keane thinks he has the right to slag off Irish fans for trying to have the craic but forget him - we will have a laugh, he's just miserable." Colm Keenan, from Monaghan town, said he hoped Ireland could give their incredible fans something to cheer about in the Italy game.
The table full of northerners last week at the Paramount Restaurant in Monaghan town couldn't stop talking about how fresh and clean it was - and the food was superb, too.
A further 2 km of greenway is proposed along the route of the N2 Monaghan Town Bypass.
Freds, Bettys, Wilmas and Barneys got ready to rock in Castleblayney as 905 locals went back to the Stone Age as a part of a festival in the Co Monaghan town.